- RSS Channel Showcase 5628984
- RSS Channel Showcase 5848658
- RSS Channel Showcase 7953644
- RSS Channel Showcase 8108661
- 05/24/18--17:46: RV Electricity – Troubleshooting 101: Over-current testing
- 06/21/18--14:10: Are “maintenance-free” batteries really maintenance free?
- 10/25/18--16:00: Storing RV batteries during a harsh winter
- 11/07/18--20:00: Diagnosing “boiling” and stinky batteries
Mike, I have a question but, as I said at the RVillage Rally, it’s a little long. What would cause a pair of 2kW generators to overload when charging my batteries? Looking for your guidance in what actions I need to do to either the generators or the trailer to allow me to charge my...
The post RV Electricity – Troubleshooting 101: Over-current testing appeared first on RV Travel.
Dear Gary, How do I know if I have maintenance-free batteries in my motorhome or if I have to periodically check the water levels? —Kirk P. Dear Kirk, I’m guessing you’re referring to the automotive start battery in your motorhome. Those so-called maintenance-free batteries will have non-removable cell caps or no caps at all. Personally,...
The post Are “maintenance-free” batteries really maintenance free? appeared first on RV Travel.
Dear Gary, I have a new motorhome and this will be its first winter. What is the best way to handle RV batteries during the winter? Should I leave the batteries in and keep the coach plugged in or should I take them out and store them for the winter? How about the engine battery? Some people take them out,…
Dear Gary, I just bought a used coach equipped with dual auxiliary batteries. I used my voltmeter to test them and only got a reading of 8.5 volts. When I checked the cells I found they all were almost dry. I refilled them all with distilled water and plugged in my outside power cord to allow a trickle charge. I…